Denver's Great Hall project has its construction phase opening
The City of Denver and Denver International Airport (DEN), along with Ferrovial and its partners of Great Hall Partners (GHP) celebrated the start of construction of the Great Hall Project at Denver International Airport with a groundbreaking ceremony at the Jeppesen Terminal.
MSCI renews its AAA rating for Ferrovial
The MSCI (Morgan Stanley Capital International) rating agency has again awarded Ferrovial its maximum AAA rating.
Ferrovial to build and operate another power transmission line in Chile, representing an investment of USD 125 million
The 250-kilometer line will connect substations to the north of Santiago.
Ferrovial will build the project within a 48-month deadline.
Budimex signs two road-building contracts in Poland worth €155 million
Construction of a section of the A1 motorway is worth approximately €91 million.
The 10.5-kilometer section of the S19 to be built by Budimex will form part of the Via Carpathia.
Thames Tideway Tunnel
Thames Tideway Tunnel is the new infrastructure under construction to improve London's sewer system.
Ferrovial publishes the graphic novel El Salado - the story of how a water project changed a municipality
Ferrovial has collaborated with the creative platform Sharpball on the creation of a graphic novel entitled El Salado, which tells of the recovery of a municipality in the Colombian region of Santander following a massacre that took place there in the year 2000. As part of its Social Infrastructures programme, Ferrovial carried out an ambitious project designed to improve access to drinking water for the local people.
Amey to build two electrical substations for UK’s HS2 high-speed rail line
Amey, the British subsidiary of Ferrovial Services, has been awarded the design, installation and construction of two electrical substations to support the development of the HS2 high-speed rail line in the United Kingdom.
Broadspectrum awarded new 5-year contract in Queensland
Broadspectrum, the Australian subsidiary of Ferrovial Services, has signed a five-year contract with the company QGC, a subsidiary of petroleum company Shell in Australia, to provide eleven service wells and associated services in the Surat Basin region of Queensland.